5 proactive steps for protecting your small business financial needs
Carroticide THE “kapsalon” is a healthy mix of chips, melted Gouda cheese, shawarma, lettuce and garlic sauce and is a tried and tested hangover cure in the Netherlands. So naturally, a butcher’s shop on the Spui, in The Hague, put it on its takeaway menu, alongside burgers and sausage rolls. As two young women walk […]
Coming back from setbacks are an important part of running a business – and life in general.
Getting back to work after Hurricane Irma was not easy, but I managed thanks to these tips.
Whether you’ve recently launched a business or are in the process of opening your own company, here are some important lessons you need to know.
Think print newsletters are nearly extinct? Here’s why you should reconsider their value.
Former Buffalo Bills running back Thurman Thomas wanted to double his salary, so he and his agent created a data-based presentation for the team. It worked.
WILLIAM ELLIOT GRIFFIS, an American educator who travelled to Japan in the 1870s, noted that in the previous two and a half centuries, “the main business of this nation was play”. He described toyshops filled as full as Christmas stockings and plenty of grown-ups “indulging in amusements which the men of the West lay aside […]
WHEN President Donald Trump announced his travel ban last month, affecting people from seven majority-Muslim countries, this blog wondered what effect it would have on tourism and business travel to America. “The direct impact to tourism of a travel ban from these countries will be small,” a fellow Gulliver noted, since “each sends a piddling […]
Is email sapping your time and life force? Dealing with your inbox can feel like both a business imperative and a burden. Discover how some reformed email bingers learned to shift priorities, create better systems, and free up time to work on what matters.